Outpatient Mental Health Professional
More About Laurie Endris
I am a neurodivergent-affirming therapist that enjoys working with children and adults who struggle with anxiety, panic, phobias, obsessions and compulsions, perfectionism, self-regulation, creativity/productivity, parenting concerns, and sensory differences.
My clinical approach is grounded in understanding that autism, ADHD, OCD, etc. aren’t disorders to be cured, but individual neurotypes with unique strengths, needs, and challenges. I seek to understand the unique obstacles my clients face and validate their experiences while working together to address whatever is getting in the way of them living the life they want to live. My approach is tailored to the individual goals of each client and blends evidence-based practices from ACT (acceptance commitment therapy), CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy), Ex/RP (exposure response prevention), stress management, and mindfulness.
I have a passion for travel and learning new things. I studied yoga therapy in India and serve as adjunct professor at the College of St. Scholastica. I also love spending time outdoors biking, kayaking, hiking, and camping with my family.